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Kansas City Chiefs 2015 NFL free agent list includes Justin Houston, Rodney Hudson

Here's a list of the Chiefs free agents.

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The Kansas City Chiefs officially move into the offseason now that their season is over without a playoff berth. The Chiefs  have work to do on the free agency front, none more important than LB Justin Houston, who is scheduled to be a free agent when the new league year begins in March. The Chiefs will not let him go under any circumstances so I expect him to get franchise tagged if there is not a long-term deal in place. Still, the Chiefs hope to do a long-term deal with him because it will help the cap space in 2015.

The Chiefs have a number of starters who are free agents, including C Rodney Hudson, G Mike McGlynn, OL Jeff Linkenbach, CB Chris Owens, RT Ryan Harris, LB Josh Mauga and S Ron Parker.

The Chiefs could sign some of these players before the new league year begins in March. But they won't sign all of them.

The unrestricted free agents are free to sign with any team if their contract expires at the start of the new league year in March. The Chiefs own the rights to their restricted and exclusive rights free agents if they want to keep them.

This list of Chiefs free agents comes from Over The Cap. Note that contracts are not always publicly accessible so we'll need to wait for the Chiefs to confirm this list at some point. But here's what the Chiefs 2015 free agents look like.

Unrestricted free agent

G Mike McGlynn

DT Kevin Vickerson

OL Jeff Linkenbach

C Rodney Hudson

CB Chris Owens

LS Thomas Gafford

RT Ryan Harris

S Kurt Coleman

LB Justin Houston

LB Josh Mauga

RB Joe McKnight

TE Richard Gordon

S Ron Parker

WR Jason Avant

Restricted / exclusive rights free agent

LB Dezman Moses

S Kelcie McCray

WR Junior Hemingway

LB Josh Martin

WR Frankie Hammond

TE Demetrius Harris

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